Boise Fire

Boise Fire Department serves a population of nearly 236,000 residents in Idaho's largest city. Emergency response services are delivered from 18 fire stations located throughout the city in a 130+ square mile response area. The department employs nearly 300 union and city employees within the four sections: Emergency Services, Support Services, Planning and Administration and Emergency Management. The department has an annual operating budget of $57 million and a capital budget in excess of $2.7 million.

Our mission at Boise Fire is to empower our team members with a positive, engaging and professionally challenging environment, and provide them with the standards, infrastructure and training needed for superior service to our community.

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A fire operational permit allows potentially hazardous activities within the limits of fire-related laws, codes and ordinances.

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If you are CPR-trained and willing to assist in a sudden cardiac arrest event, download the PulsePoint app so you can be alerted to such events. Learn more about PulsePoint

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